Why People Will Happily Line Up To Be Microchipped Like Dogs

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Authord by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog,

So...some people actually want to be microchipped like a dog. They’re lining up for it. They’re having parties to get it done. It if isn’t available to them, they’re totally bummed out.

I’m not even going to venture into the religious aspect of having a microchip inserted into a human being. Let’s just talk about the secular ramifications.

Certain folks won’t be happy until everyone has a computer chip implanted in them. Here’s how this could go.

  • Initially, it would be the sheep who blindly desire to be chipped for their own “convenience” leading the way.
  • Then, it would become remarkably inconvenient not to be chipped – sort of like it’s nearly impossible to not have a bank account these days.
  • Then, the last holdouts could be forcibly chipped by law.

Read on, because I could not make this stuff up.

Some employers are chipping workers.

Last summer, the internet was abuzz about a company in Wisconsin that wanted to microchip their employees. Workers at the technology company, Three Market Square, were given the option of having a chip implanted in their hands and 50 out of 80 eagerly lined up for the privilege.

Why? So they could buy food or swipe their way through building security with a wave of their hand. Software engineer Sam Bengtson explained why he was on board.

“It was pretty much 100 percent yes right from the get-go for me. In the next five to 10 years, this is going to be something that isn’t scoffed at so much, or is more normal. So I like to jump on the bandwagon with these kind of things early, just to say that I have it.” (source)

He wasn’t alone. In fact, they had a microchipping party and some people got chipped live on TV so the rest of us reluctant humans could all see how cool it was to get microchipped. Watch what fun they had!

It isn’t just this American company chipping workers. Here’s an example in Sweden.

What could pass for a dystopian vision of the workplace is almost routine at the Swedish start-up hub Epicenter. The company offers to implant its workers and start-up members with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand.


“The biggest benefit, I think, is convenience,” said Patrick Mesterton, co-founder and chief executive of Epicenter. As a demonstration, he unlocks a door merely by waving near it. “It basically replaces a lot of things you have, other communication devices, whether it be credit cards or keys.” (source)

Alessandro Acquisti, a professor of information technology and public policy at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College, warns that this might not be a good idea. (Although it doesn’t take a Ph.D. to realize this.)

“Companies often claim that these chips are secure and encrypted…But “encrypted” is “a pretty vague term,” he said, “which could include anything from a truly secure product to something that is easily hackable.”


Another potential problem, Dr. Acquisti said, is that technology designed for one purpose may later be used for another. A microchip implanted today to allow for easy building access and payments could, in theory, be used later in more invasive ways: to track the length of employees’ bathroom or lunch breaks, for instance, without their consent or even their knowledge.


“Once they are implanted, it’s very hard to predict or stop a future widening of their usage,” Dr. Acquisti said. (source)

Pretty soon, experts say everyone will want to be microchipped.

Many sources say that it’s inevitable that we’re all going to get chipped. Noelle Chesley, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, says it’s inevitable.

“It will happen to everybody. But not this year, and not in 2018. Maybe not my generation, but certainly that of my kids.” (source)

Another pro-chipping advocate, Gene Munster, an investor and analyst at Loup Ventures, says that we just have to get past that silly social stigma and then everyone will be doing it within 50 years. Why? Oh, the benefits.

The company, which sells corporate cafeteria kiosks designed to replace vending machines, would like the kiosks to handle cashless transactions.


This would go beyond paying with your smartphone. Instead, chipped customers would simply wave their hands in lieu of Apple Pay and other mobile-payment systems.


The benefits don’t stop there. In the future, consumers could zip through airport scanners sans passport or drivers license; open doors; start cars; and operate home automation systems. All of it, if the technology pans out, with the simple wave of a hand. (source)

There are other companies who are on board with chipping everyone.

At a recent tech conference, Hannes Sjöblad explained how a microchip implanted in his hand makes his life easier. It replaces all the keys and cards that used to clutter his pockets.


“I use this many times a day, for example, I use it to unlock my smart phone, to open the door to my office,” Sjöblad said.


Sjöblad calls himself a biohacker. He explained, “We biohackers, we think the human body is a good start but there is certainly room for improvement.”


The first step in that improvement is getting a microchip about size of a grain of rice slipped under the skin. Suddenly, the touch of a hand is enough to tell the office printer this is an authorized user.


The microchips are radio frequency identification tags. The same technology widely used in things like key cards. The chips have been implanted in animals for years to help identify lost pets and now the technology is moving to humans.


Tech start-up Dangerous Things has sold tens of thousands of implant kits for humans and some to tech companies in Europe.

Sjöblad said he even organizes implant parties where people bond over getting chipped together.  (source)

Will microchipping parties be the next generation of those outrageously expensive candle parties? Will folks be pimping microchips like they do those scented wax melts? Will it become some kind of MLM thing to make it even more socially acceptable?

A UK newspaper, the Sun, explains how awesome it is to be microchipped.

The woman sat next to you could be hiding an implant under the skin which slowly releases hormones to stop her from getting pregnant.


Nans and granddads across the nation come installed with cutting-edge technology installed just to boost their hearing and vision seeing or help them walk with comfort.


We’re preparing ourselves for the next form of evolution in which humans will merge with artificial intelligence, becoming one with computers.


At least that’s the belief of Dr. Patrick Kramer, chief cyborg officer at Digiwell, a company that claims to be dedicated to “upgrading humans”. (source)

Seriously, who wouldn’t want all that awesomeness in their lives?

There are some serious pitfalls

While the current chips being “installed” in humans are said not to have GPS tracking, don’t you figure it’s just a matter of time? And also, how do you KNOW that there is no GPS tracking technology in that teeny little chip? Just because they tell you so?
Then there is the issue of the chip in your body being hacked.

“This is serious stuff. We’re talking about a nonstop potential connection to my body and I can’t turn it off, I can’t put it away, it’s in me. That’s a big problem,” said Ian Sherr, an executive editor at CNET.


“It’s very easy to hack a chip implant, so my advice is don’t put your life secrets on an implant, Sjöblad said…


“It’s about educating the people and giving every person the tools…not only how to use the technology but, more importantly, when it’s being used against you,” Sjöblad warned.  (source)

And microchipping won’t stop with a payment chip in your hand.

The endgame is microchipping people’s brains. And folks are chomping at the bit to get them. Scientists are saying that they can fix mental health issues with brain chips, they can make people smarter, and help them “merge” with AI. A chipped person could, theoretically, think his thoughts right onto his computer.

Watch this video...

So, with these chips in our brains, we’ll actually be merging with computers to some degree. The robot overlords will have a pretty easy takeover if our brains can be accessed like this.

Microchips may not be optional one day.

This horror movie gets even scarier. There is already a law on the books that potentially allows human beings to be forcibly chipped.

Oh, it’s couched in warm, fuzzy language and they say it’s just to help keep track of folks with Alzheimer’s or other developmental disabilities, but remember that the most unpatriotic law ever passed was also called the Patriot Act.

H.R.4919 was passed in 2016.

It directs the Department of Justice’s (DOJ’s) Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) to award competitive grants to health care, law enforcement, or public safety agencies, and nonprofit organizations, to develop or operate locally based proactive programs to prevent wandering and locate missing individuals with dementia or children with developmental disabilities. The BJA must give preference to law enforcement or public safety agencies partnering with nonprofit organizations that use person-centered plans and are directly linked to individuals, and families of individuals, with dementia or developmental disabilities. (source)

Despite the fact that the bill requires everyone to use privacy “best practices,” it’s not that much of a stretch to see what a slippery slope this is. Who gets to decide whether a person “needs” to be chipped for their own good? Law enforcement. Scary.

Could this lead to a cashless society?

If “everyone” is getting microchipped like these experts predict, that could be the next step in the push toward a cashless society. Think about the lack of privacy then. If everything is purchased via a chip unique to you, then no purchases could be under the radar. Whether a person was stocking up on food, watching X-rated movies, reading books on revolution, or buying ammo, it would all be recorded in a database. Our purchases could be used in some kind of pre-crime technology, ala Minority Report, or they could be used to profile us in other ways.

If there is no way to make purchases but with a chip, many people will have to reluctantly comply. The same chips could be a requirement for medical care, driver’s licenses, jobs – you name it. No matter where you tried to hide, your GPS locator would mean that you would be found. It would be like everyone being forced to have one of those ankle bracelets that criminals wear, except it would be inside your body.

If you think the atmosphere of control is unnerving now, just wait. When everyone is microchipped, the net will be even tighter.

Between the pending robot apocalypse that I wrote about earlier this week and forcible microchipping, it seems like we won’t have to wait for “climate change” or a war of Mutually Assured Destruction to get us. Technology just might be the end of humanity.


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VWAndy's picture

 Harkonan heart stoppers?

Son of Captain Nemo's picture

Hope this lesson will help explain why implanting microchips in the back of every American's head will be an easy task for .gov

Shep Smith of FOX NEWS 2008 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mu6AEvBm-EA)


Shep Smith of FOX NEWS 2017 (http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-16/shep-smith%E2%80%99s-humiliatin...)

ThrowAwayYourTV's picture

Anyone trys to micro chip me and I will put a 45acp gold dot ppr right between their eyes.

Dwarsligger's picture

No one will force you. They need your free will. All they can do is to create circumstances to make it very hard for you to reject it. You may or may not be chipped without even knowing it. But it will require your free will to start using the technology to access what Bill Gates calls: 'services', food and water and shelter and oh yeah, TV, also a very good thing, he added.

You will always have your free will. Guard that with your life.

Vigilante's picture

Nobody will try

...but prepare to live completely outside the system.


WTFUD's picture

The way the shodden are oblivious to their plight, i assumed the chips were already in.

Montana Cowboy's picture

Warner Brothers did a special digital series production about this subject called H+. People trust the chips. Then things go wrong and all hell breaks loose. Its not so fictional any more.


topspinslicer's picture

More reason to bring your own bagged lunch and snacks

TRM's picture

Didn't Aaron Russo warn back in 2005-07 that this was the Rockafailure's plan and that their chips were going to say "KMA" (Kiss My Ass) so that they would just sail through any checks. 

And people fall for this ??

samsara's picture

Incredible guy, Thanks for mentioning it.

And yes he did


Rikky's picture

yup this could very well be The Mark of the Beast as written in the Book of Revelation.  If you don't take "the mark" you can't buy or sell and that will be enforceable due to all currencies going digital.

rejected's picture
Pretty soon, experts say everyone will want to be microchipped

Doesn't surprise me,,, Look at the Mary's lining up to buy the new $1000 iShit.

izzee's picture

Invaders from Mars (1953): This is one of those movies that stays with you for years, giving you nightmares. A young kid (Jimmy Hunt) looks out his window and sees a spaceship crash into a nearby sandpit. Soon, his scientist father—and various other adults around him—begin to behave robotically, and now have mysterious marks behind their necks.

The police ignore the youngster’s complaints, but with help from a female doctor and an astronomer, the boy discovers that an invasion is underway as aliens with big heads have housed themselves in the nearby dunes.  This movie had such an effect on me that I made my parents show me the back of their necks to make sure they didn’t have the same markings as the parents in the film. Then I insisted that my friends’ parents do the same. Because the film centers on a little kid with a vivid imagination, I could relate to his trauma—and so, apparently, could many other folks my age who talk about watching Invaders from Mars for the first time and being genuinely frightened out of their minds





fishwharf's picture

Yes, that's an excellent movie.  It's one of the few that stuck with me from my childhood.

Montana Cowboy's picture

If they want to use chips to track you, they don't need conventional implants. They got these chips that look like dust. They will stick in your body however they get in. They are not GPS or transmitters. They work like RFID tags, each with its own unique number. So how will they know its you? They just get all these unique ID chips into your body, then associate them with your identity at some later time, like when you use a credit card or pass through the TSA. Then you are permanently recognized by those chip IDs every time you pass some scanner.

Dwarsligger's picture

If you mean the Hitachi chip called the Mu chip, that one is neither approved nor designed for in vivo use. They chip paper and cardboard with it. Here's what happened: The ECB was in talks with Hitachi to get the new Euro notes chipped, Hitachi boasted about it and then it went all quiet. Rest assured that all the new euro notes are Mu- chipped. https://globalcitizennews.blogspot.nl/2017/04/the-woman-in-window-hidden...

One big problem with chips, especially the tiny ones, is that they travel around the body and get rejected by the immune system. They want a device that will stay in one place, like in your hand. They have trialled nanoworms for this - same problem. They only stayed in the test mouse's body for hours while some of them got lodged in the liver. Then they looked at a special coating to get the chip to bond with tissue. Still there were problems. But they are working on it.

These unthinking people being deceived into having a Flintstone era old fashioned chip implanted into their hands don't know what problems they are going to cause for their bodies. Inflammation from its radiation, and if not removed, even cancer after a while. Never mind the other ramifications.

It pays to be well informed on this issue to be able to understand what it is they want to do to us, and how they are going to go about it. This is not it - this is just a social test balloon to see how people like us are reacting.

Hoffman Lenz's picture

A while back I read an article about the smallest RFID chip (Samsung make them, if memory serves). I came to the same conclusion as you.

I can only assume the downvoters don't realise what technology is available.

wide angle tree's picture

not much different than having a facebook app on your phone

JailBanksters's picture

People just don't know what they are signing up for, that's the problem.

Combined with a Cashless society, you are nothing but cattle.

It's bad enough jews consider you as cattle, but to tagged as cattle ...


RedBaron616's picture

Here's another take: No doubt, as technology changes, the chip will have to be changed out on a somewhat regular basis. Just as everything else in technology becomes obsolete, there's no reason to think that these chips won't do the same thing.

Rex Andrus's picture

Stay in school, fool. Really. For Your own good. At the very least work on your game.

Irish Yoga's picture

303 and 12ga. From my cold dead hands.

AlbertthePudding's picture


fishwharf's picture

I'm glad I'm an old man.

rockstone's picture

Exactly. I may start smoking again. I mean what the fuck?

Moe Howard's picture

Me too. And I recently took smoking back up after years off.

The future keeps looking dimmer, and my ability to resist physically is declining.

pparalegal's picture
“A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude.”  Aldous Huxley, Brave New World
GreatUncle's picture

Worked too until they trashed the economic mechanism.

Brave New World only works while they are able to financially create it ....

Do I see a crack in their model?

Vigilante's picture

Mark of the Beast cometh.
First they will bribe us with Universal Income though.

No chip no free money.

Dwarsligger's picture

Check out the gematria for 'Global Citizen': 666. Next, go https://globalcitizennews.blogspot.nl/p/blog-page_19.html and find out how it relates to chipping people.

chubakka's picture

These people willing to do this are incredibly naive.  Cant people think anymore? 

Cardinal Fang's picture

I don't know man, if the chip will make people smarter, might be a good thing.

I heard you can't fix stupid.

Maybe they are working on it.

Better order up about 7 1/2 billion of those fuckers.

headless blogger's picture

they don't want smart people; but people just smart enough to do the work and be compliant.

dognamedabu's picture

Most people have a cell phone on them everywhere they go. We already stood in line to be microchipped. 

haruspicio's picture

Naw....I turned off the GPS and don't use it for banking as it's not secure. I only use the internet for when i am bored in a coffee shop or waiting room. I am going to get rid of it as it does so much but looks so fucking stupid. Give me a ophone that makes phone calls and a camera that takes pictures. Who ever looks at the millions of pictures they take.....pictures of food on fucking facebook give me a fucking break.....and to pay a grand for an iPhine x why do these assholes have such low self esteem?

brushhog's picture

LOL. You "turned off the GPS"....LMFAO! Poor fool.

Drop-Hammer's picture

Chip my dick, you treacherous jew cunts.

Drop-Hammer's picture

They are not going to chip me, but I will 'chip' those demonic kikes with my own chip that is 7.62 mm.

Mustahattu's picture

If there's ever mandatory chipping in my lifetime I will pretend to be willing but then take out as many of them as I possibly can.

Dwarsligger's picture

Colombian president Alvaro Uribe told senator Arlen Specter that he would be willing to chip Colombian legal guest workers before they left Colombia.

Arlen Specter's response was: "Well, the only problem with that is that they could gouge them out. It would be too easy for them to remove the implant".

This article is wrong-footing us from beginning to end. We are now talking about nanobots being added to vaccines. And more, much more.

Vigilante's picture

You can gouge them out alright but prepare for a life of penury on the street.

People will have a motive to keep the bloody things on

..and I believe there will be draconian penalties for hacking them and such.


free corn's picture

just another tool of control, unpleasant but unavoidable for economical reasons. Luddits were naive but noble in their protest.

D503's picture

Lucky for us we're about to run out of the magic go juice that makes it all possible. Chip or no chip, in three years it's either French Revolution or gulags. Remain an unscannable, with a weapon that doesn't exist, and stock up on nitrates. 

ChacoFunFact's picture

Man has many inventions.  Always, more complexity.  Just like a machine that can build other machines.  Prisoner to himself, unable to escape himself the machine.  Something to do with Plato's cave.  

But a man can change.  He can escape from himself.  This is the perennial teaching of all ages, the common thread among all the great religions of the world.

Identification, ego, pride, vanity, judgement, association, how can they lead to anything but more machination?

Complexity is a device. Man doesn't need a psychologist, he needs a mechanic.9

Mankind is doomed.  But a single man with help  can escape.



StephenHopkins's picture

All the chipped get hit. They deserve to be culled

Joe A's picture

It is every dictator's wet dream to have something like this and a population too willing and too complacent to adopt it. It starts from there and before you know they can remotely terminate your life by letting the chip create a massive heart attack by a mere flip of a switch if you don't behave like a good citizen.

HRH of Aquitaine 2.0's picture

My father is being placed in a locked dementia facility, finally. It has taken two years.

Would I agree to have him chipped? Yes. The options are horrible.

What options? Having him think he can ride the bus and he ends up being part of the local entertainment, hit in the head hike that is recorded by the MUY's cell phone. That video uploaded to World Star Hip Hop or Live Leaks only to end up on Colin Flahtery's channel as a sad story about an old white guy that wasn't paying attention to the keeds.

It took me two years to get my father placed in a locked facility. Please give POA to a family member. My father trusted the wrong people. Huge mistake. He always had to be the smartest person in the room. Until he was no longer the smartest person. Sad end to what should have been a stellar life.

haruspicio's picture

I will happily submit to being chipped when/if I get demented...but it wi be a cold day in hell before I let the thugs in law enforcement or some parasite corporation do it. The people in the video are stupid.